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Untying the Knot

A new book untangles historical confusion and contemporary anxieties about marriage

Thou Art Anxious

Decisions, decisions

Keep in Touch

Why digital connections can’t sustain health, happiness or politics

Robert Matas

Robert Matas is a journalist, formerly of The Globe and Mail, based in Vancouver. He has written extensively about the missing women of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, the Robert Pickton trial and British Columbia’s Missing Women Commission of Inquiry.

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Robert Matas

They’re Still Missing

An insider’s account of the bungled hunt for Robert Pickton. January–February 2016
Lori Shenher, the first Vancouver cop to focus on Robert Pickton as a serial killer, thought about writing a book when she feared she would become a scapegoat for the failure of police to stop the barbaric murders. However, the families of Pickton’s victims criticized her for signing a book contract. Some felt Shenher had betrayed their…

Still Unresolved

Two books on the Air India tragedy reject official findings. December 2005

The Questions Remain

After exhaustive reporting, we still don’t know who Robert Pickton killed and why. November 2010

The Wrong Man

Is it possible the RCMP were targeting the wrong suspects in the Air India investigation? September 2006